February is a time to spread the love and today I’m spreading my love of red and pink rooms. While they are fashionable year round, they are especially hot at this time of year!
Pink & Red with Contrast
Image: ELLE DECOR
For a room that doesn’t scream red or pink, there sure is a lot of it in this living space. The delicate balance is probably why I like this family room so much. The black upholstered ottoman and dark metal sconces ground the space but add contrast to the English damask sofa and pale pink walls. The green ikat pillows and blue vase are just the right amount of additional color without making the room feel too crazy.
Pink and Red in a Classic Girl’s Room
Image: ELLE DECOR
It’s no surprise that the place where pink is used most is in a little girl’s room. I love the different tones of pink and the splashes of red in this room, which help keep the look from being too frilly or babyish. A two-year-old could easily grow into a teen in this room, with curvy upholstered headboard and fun paper lanterns.
Pink & Red in a Whimsical Kitchen
Image: House Beautiful
Ah yes, the perfect way to add pink and red to your kitchen is with a pink fridge and red pendant light. You don’t see that every day, but it is completely charming in this beach house used during the summer and on vacations. Adorable café curtains, artwork and runner complete the look, and make this a whimsical Valentine’s-ready interior.
Pink & Red for Drama
Image: House and Home
Add in some zebra print, velvet, and glamorously framed art for a red and pink room that screams luxury and drama. The dark floor inlayed with a geometric metal pattern is just icing on the cake. This space is the epitome of eclectic glamour and the pops of red and pink make it that much more unique.
Do you look to any pink and red rooms for inspiration? Comment below and let us know!